6 thoughts on “WW1 Memorial March

  1. I would like to take part in the March to show my appreciation of the ultimate sacrifice those men maid and to pay my respects

  2. My paternal Grandfather was Private Frederick James Mace,
    (17738) – killed in France on 1st October 1917 when the
    hospital he was in was bombed.

    1. Dear Janette,
      Many thanks for sharing your family story with us. We will be remembering Frederick J Mace in our memorial march and you are very welcome to represent him if you wish to. If you would like to register to take part, please sign up on our registration page https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cheltenham-remembers-ww1-memorial-march-tickets-49890692404. Any problems with the registration process (or requests to carry a specific name) please contact louise.forey@cheltenham.gov.uk and we’ll be happy to help.There will also be banners around Montpelier Gardens bearing the names and images of the servicemen listed on Cheltenham War Memorial.
      Best Wishes,
      Cheltenham Remembers Project Team

  3. My great uncle Edgar Alan Gater was killed at St Quentin in 1918, I would like to join the march on Saturday 10th November in Cheltenham.

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